As been widely reported, Google introduced a new feature called Instant Previews. In a nutshell, Google Preview is being dubbed as the next step in the evolution of speeding up search (after Google Instant). However with it comes a new layout that has moved the maps location box info all around. This has two implications: […]
Don’t like those new options down the left side of your Google search results? There’s an app for that. Sorry – I got carried away. There’s a plug-in for that. If you use Firefox or Chrome and you don’t want to see those new search refinement options on the Google search results pages, Bruce Clay’s
The joy and pain of Google Apps and other services is the single sign-on system. While it’s great to be able to access online your email, document repository, analytics and other services by only logging on once, it can also open yourself up to a world of information theft if your password is compromised. Combine
Apple has their panties in a wad about Adobe for a while now. Specifically they don’t like Adobe’s shortcomings with Flash. Fine, so the iPhone and iPad will never have Flash and will keep showing the blue box. HTML 5 isn’t official yet. But Apple is behind it because it reduces the need for third-party
Kudos to Google for going too far this April Fool’s day a job well-accomplished this year! Google didn’t disappoint, keeping with the tradition of their April Fool’s pranks. This year, they carried a unified message with Google’s CADIE, and it would appear that every department got involved in this effort.